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1967 Travelall More like it !!!

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Ok did a little searching but I decided to take a chance and bring it on home ,

Gotta figure out a reasonable way to get it clear cross country :)

What do you all think ??

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couple more

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buy it now. now. now. wow. thats clean

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Ok I bought the travelall , could anyone give me their best guess what model ,engine , etc it would have in it ???

The only info I can gather is it has a 5 speed trans ,4wd, and 4bbl carburetor 60k miles on the truck ,and needs a water pump (leak)

Thanx

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Yep, if its got a 4 barrel, and it's stock, it's a 392. Those 5 speeds are very hard to find. 57farmall on here has a beautiful 67, like this, but I think it's 2 wheel drive. He has lots of knowledge.

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3/4 ton. 5spd is an ih made trans. dont let anyone tell you different. its a U shift. first is top left. reverse is bottom left. which means you go from first. then make a u shift into second. which is second top left. its a slow shifting trans. t-34 is the 5 speed direct for light lines i think. t-35 is the medium duty trans 5spd direct. and t-36 is a big gappy overdrive if i remember right. the od trans is like a bw t-19 wide. 3 to 4 is a big ugly wide gap. and the overdrive is only .80:1 not the 25% reduction like most od's. transfer case will be a divorced new process. what is it like the 205? sumthin like that. if its not tampered with like was said then its a 392 under the hood. check the door. if the hp is in the 200's its a 392.

you can order an lst for all the goodies. looks like a great truck. i think you got really lucky.

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Ok did a little searching but I decided to take a chance and bring it on home ,

Gotta figure out a reasonable way to get it clear cross country :)

What do you all think ??

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The vehicle in the pictures is a 1100 1/2 T 4X4.

It only has 5 lugs in the small pattern all IH 3/4T were either the 5 lug BIG pattern or the more common 8 on 6.5" pattern.

Brings up another issue. The odds of a 1/2T in 67 having a 392 5 speed are about 0.0.

It would have been a 266 or 304 stock probably a t98A1 4 speed.

Before you make the trip make sure it is not the one in the pictures you provided for the list.

The only way this vehicle could be as listed is it was reassemble by someone since made by IH.

Sorry

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Got some pictures of the engine

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thats an edelbrock proformer. or similar. someone dropped in that baby later in life would be my guess. looks rebuilt. newer alternator. sooooo...can i have it?

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Ha Ha !! LOL Tryin like heck to get it home IH can you tell what engine it is ??

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The fella i got it from does have this 65 kickin around, Apparently the winch and blanked out windows are all factory made for US Army , he says 4000 made only a handful left ???

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more 65

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The fella i got it from does have this 65 kickin around, Apparently the winch and blanked out windows are all factory made for US Army , he says 4000 made only a handful left ???

The panel wagon version, windows not cut out, was still an option when I got my Travelal in 69.

IMO the 67 body was more durable then the D line that started in 69-70.

I had new near new a 69 Travelal 1100D 4x4 V304 and a 70 1200D 4X4 V345 both were disappointments body wise.

I did keep the 1100D Travelal until 89. Still was running on the original clutch!!

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Oleman or IH runner can you identify the motor in the 67 from the pictures ???

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The 304, 345, and 392 all look just alike. If it has a 4 barrel, it's probably a 345 or 392. There is a little flat place near the fuel pump with the displacement stamped in. If it were original to the truck, you could go by the tag on the door, and use the HP rating to identify it.

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Unless you are talking about the six in the panel

truck. It's probably a BG241.

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I love that panel truck.I got a thing for PTO bumper mount winchs.

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When I was younger (1964 - 1989) I was an IH light-line fan and spent many hours on history and doing my own maintenance.

Based on my experience on 60's IH light line vehicles the most common engine in a 1/2T was a V266 next would be the V304. The BD240 (slant valve head) was the I6 earlier on

They also redesigned the scout in 65 or so at that time they added the V8 -- I have never seen a scout with any engine except the V266 from that era.

The V345 and ESPECIALLY the V392 were normally optioned in the heavier vehicles.

The V345 was extensively used as a truck motor in the 16-1800 line. So left was the V304 for scouts a pickups.

I personally never saw a V392 in anything until 73 when IH started dumping the light line. There were many 3/4T quad-cabs used by the USN as GP pier trucks.

With know other knowledge, I would place my bet on v304 just based on probability.

The V304 was actually the most durable of the light line, with the same main bearings as the V345/392 under a lot less stress.

My Dad worked for a paving company in 61, their new tandem 1750's [?] were powered by the LITTLE V304 that was before smog ate their horsepower.

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But the intake manifold for the 304 has different sized holes for the coolant to circulate through, so since this one has a 4 barrel, it's probably a 345 with the intake manifold from a 392. I doubt someone would put the 4 barrel intake from a 392 on a 304 because the openings are different. But what do I know.

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I remember years ago inquiring about buying a four barrel manifold for my 72 Scout II with 304 engine. I was informed that no such manifold was available for the 304.

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Super Scout Specialists sells an aluminum one for about $400

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